If you were to find yourself in Denver right around New Year’s, what things would you be doing? What areas would you definitely want to see? How long would you stay? (All answers are welcome and appreciated. But since we … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2008
Intuit cofounder Scott Cook’s new article, The Contribution Revolution, is available in the most recent Harvard Business Review. It’s full of real-world examples that students like mine, who are poised to go into various business positions, can grab onto. And … Continue reading
Teaching Digital Composition with Blogs View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. These are the slides for an hour-long lecture I’ve done twice now over in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction for Rick Beach’s grad seminar in Teaching Digital … Continue reading
One of my very favorite correspondents has a question: I looked at your blog post about the reusable produce bags and have a question. Does the produce dry out faster because it‚Äôs not in a more sealed/humid environment? Sometimes I … Continue reading
We have installed iTunes Genius. And yep, it is totally on top of things: If you like Henry Rollins & The Hard-Ons, perhaps you might also like… Beyonce!
Fear and Loathing: 2008 Conventions has a remarkable series of photos of the protests. The Unapologetic Mexican also has some striking images, along with personal narrative. (via Momo) Logie recalls driving through the streets at night on his way to … Continue reading
Yesterday’s 5pm broadcast on WCCO reported on the official version of what happened downtown during the RNC: Police Chief John Harrington said the 3,700 officers who worked the event showed patience and moved in when they had to. He said … Continue reading